Safety, It's the Most Significant
Thing We Do Each Day!

At C&R each day begins with safety.

Safety is part of our culture at C&R and we begin each work day by preplanning activities through our own customized preplanning program we refer to as Task Hazard Analysis.

Our tradesman, managers, and engineers have all been trained at a minimum level of the OSHA 10 Hour Training Program and many of our general foreman and project managers have completed the OSHA 30 Hour training program.

Safety training, implementation, and oversight are monitored by our full time Safety Director, Jeff Weiler, who brings these credentials to each project we build:

  • OSHA 500 Trainer Certification
  • OSHA Authorized Outreach Instructor
  • ISO Auditor
  • MS in Environmental Health from the University of Missouri

C&R Mechanical Company’s commitment to safety makes us more productive and reduces costs as we annually post Incidence Rates, Lost Time, and an EMR below the industry average for all of our work classifications.

Tool Box Talks

Because safety is very important to us here at C&R Mechanical, we’ve created our safety blog called Tool Box Talks and we hope you find this safety information useful and informative.

Winter Driving

Seven Common Accident Causes

Preventing the Flu

Come-A-Longs & Chain Hoist Safety

Seat Belts